SC could be approached over question of India-WI ODI in Mumbai

Rex Christensen
October 13, 2018

Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is confident that the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) will host India's fourth ODI against the West Indies on October 29 despite the roadblocks cited by the state body's officials.

Among other associations, where the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association has reiterated that it can host the third T20 worldwide on November 11 only by sticking to its old/conventional order, with regard to the distribution of complimentary passes and tickets on preferential basis and The Cricket Association of Bengal, too, is not agreeable to any compromise, with Eden Gardens scheduled to host the first T20 global on November 4.

The minimum price of a ticket starts at Rs. 500 and is limited for students only. Other prices are Rs. 1250, Rs. 1750, Rs. 2000, Rs. 2500, Rs. 4000 and Rs. 4500 respectively. ACA Secretary Ch. Arun Kumar said they had accepted to conduct the match and would be adhering to the new BCCI constitution that restricts the distribution of complimentary tickets to 10%, making public sale for the rest 90% mandatory.

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The total capacity of ACA stadium at Barsapara is 36,495. Rs 3,500 tickets have been reduced to Rs 2,500 and those for Rs 2,500 will be available for Rs 2,000.

Both the team will arrive in Guwahati on October 17 to play the first match of the series.

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